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Did a quick lookup, lightpeak is estimated to come out early 2012(intel), but other manufacturers could start earlier.

Pretty lame if you ask me.
post #12 of 27
Any reason for quad channel vs triple channel when triple doesn't even offer an advantage over dual when gaming? Neither does 2200Mhz vs 1600.
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Any reason for quad channel vs triple channel when triple doesn't even offer an advantage over dual when gaming? Neither does 2200Mhz vs 1600.
Computers are for more than gaming. These chipsets are for high-end VM servers and workstations with gigantic memory speed and capacity requirements.
     
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Computers are for more than gaming. These chipsets are for high-end VM servers and workstations with gigantic memory speed and capacity requirements.
I didn't think Patsburg was for Xeons. Every-day work/Photoshop/Video Encoding hardly sees any difference with triple channel either. No ECC = not in a workstation.
post #15 of 27
Correct, but the chipset will be paired with LGA2011 motherboards, which replace LGA1366 in the server and enthusiast market. Patsburg will be the successor to X58. If you look at current 1366 server boards, they use the same X58 chipset as all regular boards, the only exception being dual-socket motherboards. And it'll most likely support ECC too, just like X58.
     
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So if i read that correctly, there will be some Z68 chips for 1155 socket. Both Media and Extreme chips.
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So if i read that correctly, there will be some Z68 chips for 1155 socket. Both Media and Extreme chips.
Yeah. Z68 is only for LGA1155, and LGA2011 will get X68 (Or whatever they're naming it).
     
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any hints yet on what Z68 Dunes Beach and Braiden Creek will be offering?
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I personally don't believe in Z68 chipset for LGA1155.
Intel won't release it on that socket.
If Z68 chipset were to come out, motherboard makers would hint of it. But no, I'm seeing super high end P67 motherboards with no other tier up whatsoever for Z68.
post #20 of 27
I don't get something... If Apple managed to integrate Thunderbolt into a Sandy Bridge platform, why is Intel not adding it to X68? How hard could it be to get Thunderbolt in a LGA2011 motherboard? Is there any chance Manufacturers like Asus or EVGA will add this feature?
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